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In thisApril 10, 2015 photo, Canadian certified organic farm-raised King Salmon filets are placed on a tray in a store in Fairfax, Va. Overeating or under-eating 10 foods and nutrients contributes to nearly half of U.S. deaths from heart disease, strokes and diabetes, a study released on Tuesday suggests. "Good" foods that were under-eaten include: nuts and seeds, seafood rich in omega-3 fats including salmon and sardines; fruits and vegetables; and whole grains. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Performing a simple assessment of your soil health does not need to involve elaborate analyses. It can generally be performed by developing skills of informed observation and a good understanding of soil characteristics. Most in-field assessments use visual cues, although sensory skills like smell and feel are often included.